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Classic 50's Commercial for Coca-Cola, originally broadcast 1954.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV Commercials
Production Company: DuMont Television Network
Audio/Visual: Sound, Black and White
Keywords: Classic TV; 50's TV; 1950's TV; 1950's Television; 50's Television; Fifties Commercials; Coke; Coca-Cola; Retro
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Coke in Bottles
I'm pretty sure Sense and Nonsense was sponsored by a Coca-Cola bottling company. At the time many people still got Coke from soda fountains, so this commercial serves a double purpose, advertising the drink, and promoting drinking it from a bottle. Overall I'd recommend this commercial for Coca-Cola fans, since there really isn't ANY other Coke ad on the internet like it.
Sense and Nonsense itself can be found on this website, it's a WABD-DuMont production.
I love it!
Hi, I'm Yugi Moto, and I think that this is a good commercial. For those who want to see the complete broadcast, it's called "Sense and Nonsense". Although it doesn't contain any saiyans, This is still worth downloading.
Subject: Not bad at all
Fairly typical and average 50's Coca-Cola commercial from 1954. This is from an episode of "Sense and Nonsense", which I ripped from my DVD collection (I uploaded the complete episode). If this gets enough downloads, I might
upload more classic commercials, But I can't promise anything.
Subject: COKE IN BOTTLES
Fun little commercial here about yes, "Coke In Bottles". The pitchman asks the kids about the product into the audience. We hear the response, but the kids in the audience don't seem to be yelling much, instead they see the need to GET ON CAMERA! HOT DOG! After the pitch, the show continues! What show was this?? I love 50's quizzes!